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Managers' distribution of developmental experiences in the workplace
The current research investigates the amount and quality of the developmental work experiences engaged in by male and female managers. Managers reported the extent to which they had participated in ten quantitative work ...
Individual and situational influences on distortion of personality tests
Individual and situational influences on distortion of personality tests were investigated. It was expected that individuals would use different distortion strategies in different situations and that individual differences ...
Diversity in work groups: The impact of actual and perceived differences on group functioning and performance
The widespread prevalence in the utilization of groups across different aspects of our society including social settings, workplaces, and educational settings has long piqued researchers' interests in understanding the ...
Reactions to stigmas in the employment interview: An eye tracking investigation
Although the employment interview is one of the most widely used and researched methods for selecting employees, interview are not free from biases, and in fact, research shows that individuals who have stigmas often face ...
Context effects in a group interaction exercise
Context effects are a robust finding in psychology and are manifested in the form of assimilation effects and contrast effects. Assimilation effects occur when judgments of a target stimulus are biased toward the level of ...
Emotional contagion in leader-follower interactions
Affect has been theoretically important to charismatic leadership for over 80 years as Weber (1920) referred to the emotion, passion, and devotion that ensue from charismatic authority, and is still evident in modern ...